Let's face it: the best music isn't found in the continually-eroding canyons of vinyl, certainly after a diamond has skated across it more than once. The signal-to-noise ration and dynamic range of mechanically-recorded and pressed vinyl discs may be romantic to some: but they cannot compete sonically with file-based music if the reproduction chain is up-to-the-task.
Enter the Symbiant DAC, a 1U digital-to-analog converter to your computer-based music. Operating asynchronously, not depending on the vagaries of the rate that the USB signal may contain: the unit operates bit-perfect and to its own precision clock.
Quality? How about -135dB SNR and 0.0005% THD+N.